The fact that Vega is one of the most anticipated GPU in AMD’s history has made it pretty difficult for the tech enthusiasts to wait for the all-new GPU. As the company didn’t release any samples for the Vega Frontier to make a review, nothing except one raw benchmark result is available over the internet showing a limited truth about the Vega Frontier.
Vega’s Key Feature
AMD has been teasing all its lovers by repeatedly marketing the 4K gaming feature of it and now with no official samples or benchmarks available, the gamers having 4K monitors are only left with a limited choice. To add more to our surprise, AMD has rolled out a brand new Radeon Pro card which is made purely for the professional usage.
AMD Radeon Vega Frontier With Gaming Mode
The Vega Frontier series is not only designed for the game developers but also for the professional testers who know exactly how to touch the limits of a card without damaging it. To make it simple, Vega Frontier can be the best possible game testing card once a professional tester gets his hands on it.
AMD’s Official Statement
AMD has released an official statement in this regard which goes like:
To playtest and optimize the gaming experience, the exclusive ability of the Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition to switch from Radeon™ Pro Settings to Radeon™ Settings and back with a couple of clicks enables rapid switching between software features for faster iteration during development workflows.
When in “Gaming Mode” the full suite of gaming features of Radeon™ Software are made available, including Radeon™ Chill 5 and Radeon™ WattMan 6.
Game developers can also use the wealth of no-cost open development tools and software found on GPUOpen.com to optimize their next-generation gaming experiences for the pinnacle of AMD graphics technology.